Arizona Outlaws

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Arizona Outlaws
First Season
1984
Team History
Arizona Outlaws (1985)
Oklahoma Outlaws (1984)
Conference/Division
United States Football League (1984-85)
  • Western Conference (1984-85)
  • Central Division (1984)
Venue
Sun Devil Stadium (1985)
Skelly Stadium (1984)

The Arizona Outlaws were a professional American football team that played in the United States Football League in the mid-1980s. During their first season, the team played as the Oklahoma Outlaws.

Publications

Programs by season

1980s

Week Date Opponent Venue
Oklahoma Outlaws
1984
Week 4 March 17 at Chicago Blitz Soldier Field
Week 8 April 14 at Washington Federals RFK Stadium
Week 11 May 6 at New Jersey Generals Giants Stadium
Arizona Outlaws
1985
preseason February 17 at Oakland Invaders Bulldog Stadium
Week 1 February 24 vs. Portland Breakers Sun Devil Stadium
Week 3 March 11 vs. Jacksonville Bulls Sun Devil Stadium
Week 5 March 23 vs. Los Angeles Express Sun Devil Stadium
Week 8 April 14 vs. Orlando Renegades Sun Devil Stadium
Week 9 April 21 vs. Houston Gamblers Sun Devil Stadium
Week 10 April 27 at Oakland Invaders Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Week 15 June 1 vs. San Antonio Gunslingers Sun Devil Stadium

Media guides and yearbooks

All media guides

1980s 1984 • 1985
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United States Football League
Franchises Arizona Outlaws (1984-85) • Arizona Wranglers (1983-84) • Birmingham Stallions (1983-85) • Portland Breakers (1983-85) • Chicago Blitz (1983-84) • Denver Gold (1983-85) • Los Angeles Express (1983-85) • Michigan Panthers (1983-84) • New Jersey Generals (1983-85) • Oakland Invaders (1983-85) • Baltimore Stars (1983-85) • Tampa Bay Bandits (1983-85) • Orlando Renegades (1983-85) • Houston Gamblers (1984-85) • Jacksonville Bulls (1984-85) • Memphis Showboats (1984-85) • Pittsburgh Maulers (1984) • San Antonio Gunslingers (1984-85)
Seasons 1983 • 1984 • 1985
Venues Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum • Soldier Field
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